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Day 10: Snorkeling at Lana'i

What a great day of snorkeling!  Despite the early hour – arriving for parking and check-in by 6:00am, the boat ride to the island of Lana’i was beautiful and the snorkeling even better! 69 more words

Maui 2016

Day 7: Green Sea Turtles or Honu

A windy beach day turned into a great turtle day. No matter how often I see them, I am in awe! Each time is a gift.  70 more words

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Turtle caught at Laupahoehoe, 1928.

Large Turtle Caught

Laupahoehoe, July 26—Some days ago, there was person who said he was lucky and caught a big ulua at the same place. As for this, these men, whose names are Bill Maikui, a worker for the railway; Lopaka Mae; Akoni Jarda and Ned Rice; spoke about their luck in catching a large honu. 211 more words


Honu: Blue Dream Wax

This is from my December holiday smoke sesh. I haven’t gotten this strain since, however I remember it being awesome. I wish I would have gotten more photos, though I didn’t expect to start writing about what I’ve tried before until recently. 245 more words


The Greeting of Love

Punalu’u, a black sand beach on the southern tip of Hawai’i Island, is one of my favorite beaches, and I go there every chance I get. 534 more words


Honu~by Roxi St. Clair


The Honu, or Hawaiian sea turtle, is the Hawaiian symbol of longevity, peace, good luck, humility, long life and the spirit within. Honu is the only indigenous reptile to the Hawaiian islands, and is revered as a sacred symbol of the life force and guardian spirit of the sea. 29 more words


Hand-feeding hammerhead sharks and “honu” in Hawaii

My wife Marcie and I our currently visiting her parents on the big island of Hawaii and had a very neat experience today, learning about turtles and some other interesting aspects of Hawaiian culture, and all by happy accident. 603 more words